Vision Films and Reel Women's Network Announce Partnership and Upcoming Virtual Event Celebrating Women in Film
LOS ANGELES, August 11, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Vision Films Inc. (“Vision”) and Reel Women’s Network (“Reel Women”) announced jointly on Tuesday their partnership to release seven films that celebrate females in filmmaking on Reel Women’s VOD platform. Also announced is a free, online summit featuring the filmmakers and special sneak peeks of four exceptional films highlighting the female voice in filmmaking.
Included in the Reel Women’s Network lineup are: the award-winning environmental documentary from Susan Kucera, Living in the Future’s Past (featuring Jeff Bridges), the important documentary from Joyce Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford, The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital, which focuses on Black excellence in medicine, the stunning More Beautiful for Having Been Broken from prolific LGBTQ filmmaker Nicole Conn, the fun and fresh summer rom-com from Fiona Mackenzie, Tell Me I Love You, the teen comedy from Ilyssa Goodman The Standoff (with Olivia Holt), the beautiful romantic adventure from Namrata Singh Gujral, 5 Weddings, and the sci-fi documentary from Caroline Cory, E.T. Contact: They Are Here.
Through a special partnership with Cya Live, four films will be celebrated via the virtual Fearless Female Filmmakers Summit, which is free to the public and will feature a Q&A with filmmakers Nicole Conn, also known for Elena Undone and little man, Fiona Mackenzie, also known for Cosa Bella, Bada Bing Bada Boom, and Deadly Little Secrets, Joyce Fitzpatrick, also known for Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B and B Robbery, and Susan Kucera, also known for Breath of Life.
“Vision Films is pleased to be partnering with Reel Women’s Network to promote the release of these incredible films from a diverse group of female filmmakers,” said Lise Romanoff, CEO and Managing Director of Vision Films.
Crystal Chappell of Reel Women’s Network added, “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Vision Films to bring this content to the Reel Women’s Network. We know our audience will love these films.”
The special online event, entitled Fearless Female Filmmakers, will take place on Tuesday, August 25, at 4:00 p.m. PDT. Free tickets to the online event are available at https://bit.ly/CyaFFF and the public is encouraged to attend.
About Vision Films
Vision Films is a leading independent distributor and VOD aggregator specializing in the licensing, marketing, and distribution of over 800 feature films, documentaries, and series from some of the most prolific independent film producers in the world. Led by Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO Worldwide Distribution, Vision Films releases 2-4 films a month across Theatrical, VOD, DVD, and television platforms. www.visionfilms.net
CONTACT: Kristen Bedno, Kristen@visionfilms.net
About Reel Women’s Network
Recently launched in April of this year, The Reel Women’s Network is a streaming service dedicated to the promotion of content created by women. The goal of the network is to shine a light on independent projects from women in the film community, including producers, directors, writers, editors, and actors. The Reel Women’s Network is led by Crystal Chappell.
CONTACT: Jessica Hill, Jessica@ReelWomensNetwork.com
About Cya Inc.
Cya Inc. (https://www.cya.live) provides fast, secure and interactive streaming technology that is transforming the way we watch and communicate online. Cya Inc.’s proprietary platform, Cya Live, is the world's first interactive multi-way live events platform, allowing producers and creators to broadcast media and content while engaging with audiences live and in real-time. Cya Live also facilitates experiential viewing by letting audience members interact face-to-face with each other, their friends and family, or with featured celebrities and special guest stars—all while sharing and engaging with streamed live content.
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Source: Vision Films, Inc.